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Category: 1990’s

Miami Blues (1990)

Why have I always been a fan of Fred Ward? That’s easy. When he drifted on to movie screens and for years since, he’s been like the second coming of Warren Oates minus […]

Eve of Destruction (1991)

With an obvious slant towards a Terminator like plot sprinkled with a dash of Westworld, this slick production hits all the right notes for an above average exploitation flick featuring […]

In The Deep Woods (1992)

When Rosanna Arquette has a serial killer in her midst there are more than a few red herrings keeping her shattered nerves on edge. Could it be her new lover […]

White Sands (1992)

A dead body with a suitcase of cash turns up in the New Mexico outback and when a voice over the telephone says, “Bring the money,” Willem Dafoe’s life as […]

Ed Wood (1994) … Still a Fan

In ’94 I knew very well who Ed Wood was so when this film hit theaters, I was devouring the news articles and couldn’t wait to see it. Opening weekend off […]

The Limey (1999)

After revisiting 1984’s The Hit for the first time since it’s release on the home video market and thoroughly enjoying it, I couldn’t help but follow it up with  this […]

Detonator (1993)

aka Death Train from the novel by Alistair MacLean. While this may be a film that shows it’s made for cable roots at a time when these films were considered […]

Wag the Dog (1997)

Election day is closing in on a fictitious President of the United States and the campaign is going to need a miracle of political manipulation to get him re-elected. Time to […]

Needful Things (1993)

Aside from a list of usual titles, I have never found much to enjoy in the many horror films that showed up adapted from Stephen King stories back when they were turning […]

Albino Alligator (1996)

Much like a stage play, this violent effort was a career first for actor Kevin Spacey in that he is the film’s director. It’s a straight forward story with a […]

Kindergarten Cop (1990)

I revisited this poke at the Arnold image recently for the first time in many years and while I got a good laugh and chuckle in the intended places I […]

Frankenstein Unbound (1990)

When I learned that Janet aka Sister Celluloid was hosting the “Love Hurt” blogathon as a tribute to the work of John Hurt I immediately thought of two films to […]

Deep Impact (1998)

I haven’t seen Deep Impact since it hit home video back in the late nineties. I’ve always referred to it as “the other film” due to it’s being released shortly before […]

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